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‘Translational research’ became an increasingly common term when it was realised that much agriculturally inspired basic research failed to contribute to the improvement of crops.
Inflammasomes: from fundamental biology to new therapeutics
Malaria kills around 400,000 people each year and the prevention and treatment of this disease is highly reliant on chemotherapy.
RNA-induced control of the structure and organisation of proteins
Cancer cell membranes as therapeutic targets and peptides as therapeutics
Extra-intestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli (ExPEC) strains are responsible for the majority of extra-intestinal infections in humans, including urinary tract infections, neonatal meningitis, and bacteraemia.
Cycads are subtropical and tropical palm-like gymnosperms, commonly known as “living fossils” as they arose in the late Paleozoic and were much more diverse and dominant during the Mesozoic.
The steady-state mRNA abundance is an outcome of transcript synthesis counter-balanced by turnover.
Redefining the druggable kinome: new perspectives, opportunities, and challenges
Slow wave potentials propagate from sites of damage to distal leaves in wounded plants.
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